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01. The addition of three new machines has increased our [output] by over 50%.
02. By using computers to help make their manufacturing process more efficient, the company was able to increase its annual [output] by more than 20%.
03. Electrical [output] is sometimes inadequate during a cold winter due to the increase in demand.
04. The Beatles' [output] of albums during their career together was quite impressive.
05. The OPEC countries have recently decreased their oil [output], which has resulted in an increase in the price of gas.
06. The construction of the James Bay Hydro-Electric project in Northern Quebec dramatically increased that province's [output] of electricity.
07. You generally put on weight when your intake of food exceeds your [output] of energy.
08. If the sun's energy [output] were decreased by 10%, the entire earth would be covered in ice over a kilometer thick.
09. We rely on the sun's [output] remaining steady for our climate to support life on Earth.
10. Because our sun is so active, it is not surprising that its total energy [output] varies.
11. The daily [output] of our factory has almost doubled since we installed the new machinery.
12. Industrial [output] in many factories can be increased by the intelligent use of robots.
13. During the Soviet period, as much as 40% of Georgia's entire agricultural [output] was provided by produce grown in private gardens.
14. About 8% of the [output] of the entire American chicken industry is exported to Russia, where people prefer the dark meat of the thighs, while the Americans themselves like the white breasts.
15. At one point, the [output] of the coal mines of Wales reached almost 40 million tons per year, enough to supply one third of the world's needs.
16. The manufacturing [output] of the tiny nation of Andorra consists mainly of cigarettes, cigars, and furniture.
17. The wealth of the United Arab Emirates is based on oil and gas [output], which make up about 33% of GDP.
18. Andrew Grove once suggested that stressing [output] is the key to improving productivity, while looking to increase activity can result in just the opposite.
19. This hole is the [output] for your headphones, and the other hole is the input for the microphone.

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  • Output — Out put , n. 1. The amount or quantity of a material or product that is produced by a mine, factory, or any system for production of commercial goods, such as the amount of coal or ore put out from one or more mines, or the quantity of material… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • output — [out′poot΄] n. 1. a) the work done or amount produced by a person, machine, production line, manufacturing plant, etc., esp. over a given period b) the act of producing 2. a) information, resulting from computer processing, that is delivered to a …   English World dictionary

  • Output — (englisch für „Ausgabe, Ausstoß“) steht für: Ausgabe (Computer), in der Informatik den Datenausstoß eines Programms Emission (Umwelt), in der Ökologie die Abgabe von Substanzen an die Umwelt Produkt (Wirtschaft), in der Wirtschaft die produzierte …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • output — (del inglés; pronunciamos autput ) sustantivo masculino 1. Producción que resulta de un proceso. 2. Área: informática Salida de datos de un ordenador: El output del ordenador está restringido a la pantalla, porque los otros periféricos se han… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • output — ► NOUN 1) the amount of something produced. 2) the process of producing something. 3) the power, energy, etc. supplied by a device or system. 4) Electronics a place where power or information leaves a system. ► VERB (outputting; past and past… …   English terms dictionary

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